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The Gilbert Creek Cruise

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This cruise takes you around Pinckney Island and through Gilbert Creek. Pinckney Island is a National Wildlife Refuge, wildlife commonly observed on Pinckney Island and in the Gilbert Creek area include waterfowl, shorebirds, wading birds, raptors, neo-tropical migrants, white-tailed deer and American alligators, with large concentrations of white ibis, herons, and egrets. Cruise length is approx. 3 hours.

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Every one has questions...here are a few that we tend to get the most often. If you don't see what you are looking for, please click on the contact us page to call or email Captain Watts.

Am I guaranteed to see dolphins or alligators?
While there is a exellent chance that we will happen across dolphins and a remote chance we will see the occasional alligator, we cannot guarantee a sighting. You will see lots of wildlife though and have many great opportunites to take some great photos.

What should I bring?
Your camera, batteries for your camera and plenty of memory. Refreshments, sunscreen and a hat are a must since the sun is strong. While we have a set of binoculars on board, feel free to bring a pair if you would like.

Will you tell me when to take the photos?
While Captain Watts will not tell you when you should take the photo or set up the shot, he is a photographer with a photographers eye and he will point out some photo opportunites to you, allowing you to put your personal touch on your own shots.

How come the cruises are not at the same time every day?
In order to get in close to the hammocks and islands as well as navigate the salt marsh, we depend on the tide to get us there. To give you the best trip possible, we time our trips with the tides.

Do I have to take pictures?
No, we offer scenic cruises as well. Our smaller boat allows us to get deep into the tidal creeks which allows us to go where others can't.

What if I drop my camera in the water, are you responsible?
No, we cannot take responsibility for your equipment. Be aware that accidents do happen, most cameras are equipped with a strap. Please use it.

Contact Us

Captain Larry Watts
843.681.3728 home
843.290.2720 cell

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